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World-Changing Kids Learning Community

The World-Changing Kids Learning Community is a subscription-based, closed Facebook group that brings together our diverse, inclusive and supportive community of parents, grandparents, teachers, caregivers, and fans who believe in the importance of practicing kindness, empathy, compassion, inclusion and engagement with our children to help them become courageous leaders and decision makers who will confidently live their best lives.

We will engage in deep, thoughtful, and friendly conversations on a new topic each week!

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Plant a Garden of Kindness, A Child’s Guide to Filling a Year with Weekly Acts of Kindness

75 Acts of Kindness that children can do in their community to strengthen their kindness, empathy and compassion muscles, while also building a friendlier, more resilient community.

Take a peek inside the book with the Author, and Founder of World-Changing Kids, Lindsey Barr.

Plant a Garden of Kindness, A Child’s Guide to Filling a Year with Weekly Acts of Kindness – CHEO Edition

In the CHEO Edition, some of these Acts of Kindness have been changed to be specific to CHEO – the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each CHEO Edition are donated to the CHEO Foundation.

Custom Kindness Packages and Workshops

WCK will work with recreational organization, sport association, religious organizations and community centres to set up a Custom Kindness Package or Workshop.

Year of Kindness for Schools – Kindness Assembly

WCK will work with a team of student leaders to facilitate an assembly all about kindness, empathy, compassion engagement, leadership and peace building.

Year of Kindness for Schools – Guided

A yearlong character education, leadership development and community building initiative for elementary schools. With the Guided Version, a WCK staff member comes into the school.

Year of Kindness for Schools – Self-Directed

A yearlong character education, leadership development and community building initiative for elementary schools. With the Self-directed Version, the school has a teacher or parent lead who will volunteer to run the program.